The slave cylinder is not on the firewall, it is at the transmission. The master cylinder is on the firewall.
The clutch slave cylinder , for a hydraulic clutch , is inside the manual transmission bellhousing
You have to remove the transmission to get to the clutch slave cylinder on that truck. You can pull the engine if you want and get to it. YOUR CHOICE.
The slave cylinder I think you are talking about is the clutch slave. The slave is mounted under the truck. It will be near the bell housing where it can push the clutch fork. Locate your clutch master cylinder and follow the line down to the slave.
check for leaks
first take off slave cylinder, it should be mounted on your frame, then take off hoses, connect hoses to new slave cylinder. mount slave cylinder back to frame and bleed ur clutch for f*****g hours.
Under passenger side of truck right below the starter. The slave cylinder for the clutch is in the Transmission Bell housing. You have to remove Transmission to repair it.
There are 4 slave cylinders on a truckPossibly type 1 is for a manual clutch and is in the Bell-housing for the clutch type 2 is the slave cylinder for the breaks and there is one for every wheel
Ford Rangers and with any other major truck or pickup comes with the option of an extended cab. The extended cab offers more room for the occupants in the backseat.
In the United States the most fuel efficient pickup truck is the Ford Ranger with a 4 cylinder engine.
if its a standard/manual truck. slave cylinder would be located on the firewall next to the brake booster, and would take standard dot 3 brake fluid.
From the passenger side,get under truck and look at side front of transmission,theres a hole in transmission with a rubber cover and the slave cylinder is bolted onto it with 2 bolts and the clutch fluid line is attached to the slave cylinder,if bad,then it will be leaking.
Check your clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder for leaks,if no leaks,then you need a new clutch kit.
have someone mash the clutch while you are under the truck looking at the cylinder to see if its moving, if no movement undo the line and hold your thumb over it and have someone mash the clutch to see if brake fluid squirts out, if no fluid squirts out, replace the clutch master cylinder
slave is on passenger side near your starter// follow the line from the master cylinder if you get under the truck behind the front passenger wheel you won't be able to miss it.
You have to pull the driveshaft then the transfer case,for 4-wheel drive.Remove the shifter to the top of transmission and the 4-wheel drive shifter, all connections,Support the transmission disconnect the slave cylinder hose at the slave cylinder.Pull the transmission.You will then see the slave cylinder and throw out bearing. Get a shop manual for details
YOU CAN'T. The clutch is either worn out are the clutch slave cylinder is bad.
Slave cylinderTry autozone.com, they have a free repair guide online. I've used it many times on a 93 Toyota and it does have information back to 1982. heck, it even has overhaul procedures. they call the slave a "release" cylinder. hope this helps, and good luck with your yota.
check clutch slave cylinder
It is made on to the clutch slave cylinder that mounts on the side of the transmission.
You will have to REMOVE the transmission and when you look in the bell-housing you will see the slave cyclinder. Remove the 4 bolts that hold it in place and replace it.
Napa Auto parts for around $52.00 for the line for the slave and mater assembly around $200.00
autozone.com then go to repair manual link
Yes you can i got one for $108 because i have a glasspack on my 1994 ford ranger 4 cylinder truck.
no fluid in reservoir due to leaking reservoir or slave cylinder